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Downtown Fargo's Cellar 624 to begin hosting events Dec. 10

Cellar 624 can accommodate up to 100 guests and was inspired by modern-day wine cellars and tasting rooms.

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Cellar 624, a new event and catering venue, will open Dec. 10 in downtown Fargo's deLendrecie's building. Helmut Schmidt / The Forum

FARGO - Cellar 624, a new downtown event and catering venue, has announced it will begin hosting events Dec. 10 in the space formerly home to the VIP Room at 624 Main Ave.

"The re-imagined space in the iconic downtown setting creates a one-of-a-kind environment for intimate dinners, receptions and meetings," Ellen Wall, Cellar 624 manager and venue planner, told The Forum in a release issued Nov. 23.

The venue is owned by the partners who own Maxwells Restaurant & Bar , a fine dining establishment in West Fargo.

According to Wall, Cellar 624 features brick accent walls, oak tables and a custom-built wine cellar, displaying an extensive selection of unique bottles of wine from around the world.

"The venue is elegant and functional with a large bar area, catering kitchen and settings for multiple seating configurations. We designed it to accommodate a variety of events from small private parties to fully-catered events," Wall said.

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Cellar 624 can accommodate up to 100 guests and was inspired by modern-day wine cellars and tasting rooms.

Aside from hosting private events, Cellar 624 will host wine lovers at all levels to special tastings. At the conclusion of each scheduled tasting, guests will have the opportunity to purchase wines they sampled.

For more information, visit Cellar624.com .

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